2 edition of History of the Above Bar Congregational Church, Southampton, from 1662 to 1908 found in the catalog.
History of the Above Bar Congregational Church, Southampton, from 1662 to 1908
|Statement||by S. Stainer.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 348p. :|
|Number of Pages||348|
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The Above Bar church was enlarged again in by William Hines, who had also built Northam Congregational Church. In the Watts memorial hall and classrooms were built to celebrate the bi-centenary of the birth of one of its most renowned members, the hymn writer Isaac Watts.
History. This history is based on Past and Present, a booklet published by the church for the opening of a new building in Founding of the church. Above Bar Church was established in by Henry Samuel Earl, a missionary with the Foreign Christian Missionary Society of the Disciples of Christ (then synonymous with the Churches of Christ; the two became formally separate in ).Denomination: Independent (affiliated to Fellowship of.
The history of Above Bar Church goes back to the s. Today the church is very committed to sending out and supporting mission partners both in the UK and elsewhere. This is highly appropriate, not just because it’s what the New Testament expects of every church, but also because Above Bar Church was started by an American missionary.
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History Above Bar Congregational Church. The church was founded in under the ministry of Rev Nathaniel Robinson. The hymn writer Isaac Watts was a deacon of the church. The congregation having outgrown the original chapel, a new building was erected on the site in strange to come across this quasi-legal document because the church meeting a 3.
Stainer, History of the Above Bar Congregational Church,pp. 10 ff. Church Books. Church Books. Church Books. Visitant's Guide to Southampton (); Stainer pp. 30ff. Above Bar Congregational Church, formerly called Above Bar Chapel, represents the oldest Nonconformist body in the town. It had its origin soon after the passing of the Act of Uniformity ofand was due to the labours of the Reverend Nathaniel Robinson, (fn.
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